Dealership tried to charge me 20% more the the advertised price for a used car listed online. I came in to look at a used car listed at a fair price online. I discussed the price with the salesman while test driving the car. The salesman stated he thought the price was higher but that he did not get a listing of updated prices daily. End of price conversation, I took that to mean the price I saw online was correct. As we were closing the deal, the paperwork he provided showed an increase of over 20% more than the advertised price. After extensive arguing with the salesman, they came within $350 of the advertised price, telling me it was "only $350." I got up to leave, the sales manager stated "are they running away from this deal?" So I argued with him about what an advertised price means. They tried to state the online pricing is "wholesale pricing" even though the website never mentions it. I proceeded to leave. As I got in my car, the salesman chased me outside and gave me the advertised price. This is a shady business practice. In the end, they did honor the advertised price, but with way too much effort from the customers standpoint.